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Pack Horse Inn, Ellingham


The Pack Horse is a traditional country pub in Ellingham, Northumberland. The building is documented on a tithe map in 1809, but may be older. It is said to have been where pack horses used to transport wool to the fulling mills and for export to the coastal harbours. Limestone was also carried by pack horse from local quarries to be crushed and spread on the fields as fertiliser.[1] The Pack Horse Inn is on the heritage 'local list'.

Ellingham Historic Buildings and Monuments in Ellingham CP Public Houses
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The Pack Horse

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The Pack Horse Inn

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The Pack Horse Inn, Ellingham

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The Pack Horse

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Non-designated Heritage Assets of Local Importance
- March 2019. "This report provides background evidence to qualify and explain the list of non-designated heritage assets that are identified in Appendix A of the emerging Ellingham Neighbourhood Plan. The ...

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